At night these Connacht folk would traipse
back to dark streets and dismal rooms shared with many others '' Each day they would rise early and tramp out to their labour in the fields.
Mr Goodwin said: "I understand the Government's difficulty when backbench MPs traipse
in to see ministers and demand a review."
They are apt to disappear into damp, shady coves or traipse
across sun-splashed ridges after a warm spring rain.
Anyone wanting a pint in a Paddock pub must now must traipse
all the way down to The Ship at Paddock Foot.
Anybody shopping at the large Tesco or other major shops has to traipse
all the way to Lord Street for their journey home with heavy bags of shopping!
He's forced to traipse
around the world eating all his favourite foods, just to keep viewers at home enter-tained.
Nowhe's a respected elder statesman and world-weary traveller who's taken on the genteel mantle of the likes of Alan Whicker and Michael Palin to traipse
around the globe in search of amazing places and people.
because it means he doesn't have to traipse
half way around the world for the African Nations Cup.
News vans continue to roam the island, and I traipse
from hotel to hotel, a pen clutched in my fist.
Although a number of eastern plant species seem to traipse
up the Verdigris out of the western Ozarks, Acer saccharum isn't among the hitchhikers.
Last week, for example, the office at my local station was closed, which meant I had to traipse
up the stairs at New Street and buy my through ticket to London.
I realise, of course, I've cursed myself saying that and I will now have to traipse
down to the end of the lane to fish my letters out of a stream from here on in.
The kind of men who traipse
about the shops helping their partner to choose blouses, when an important sporting event is on - disgraceful.
It's easier for us to travel on a bus to get to where the people who want to see us are, than for them to traipse
around the country to come to see us.
around charity shops and thrift stores for tat for her stall.